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Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. called for oversight a day after the kiosks came to The Bronx.

Claremont »

A total of 25 kiosks have been installed in The Bronx so far, and roughly 700 more are on their way.

Chelsea »

Councilman Corey Johnson and Community Board 4 have asked the city to address problems with the kiosks.

Forest Hills »

The first five kiosks have been installed along Queens Boulevard.

Upper East Side »

City residents and the National Federation of the Blind have filed a lawsuit against the city.

Upper East Side »

Many locals are concerned about the impact the LinkNYC kiosks are having on the streetscape.

Upper East Side »

Community Board 8 members say city should've sought its input before installing the new kiosks.

Upper East Side »

The majority of the city's LinkNYC free Wi-Fi kiosks are online, according to officials.

Gramercy »

The NYCLU is asking the city to strengthen protections against hackers and NYPD surveillance.

Upper East Side »

The kiosks provide free WiFi, calling and charging, in the neighborhood.

Jamaica »

The kiosks will be located mostly along Jamaica Avenue, sources said.

Gramercy »

The kiosks will have Wi-Fi, built-in tablets, USB docks, and the ability to make free domestic calls.

East Village »

Starting in 2016, free high-speed Wi-Fi is coming to locations throughout the city. 

Civic Center »

LinkNYC will provide free, fast Wi-Fi and free calling to anywhere in the United States.